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Fota Wildlife Park 'Delighted' To Welcome First Baby Lemurs Born In 12 Years

Fota Wildlife Park has welcomed two new Ring-tailed Lemur babies, the first of this endangered ...

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07.45 30 Jul 2021


Fota Wildlife Park 'Delighted' To Welcome First Baby Lemurs Born In 12 Years


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07.45 30 Jul 2021


Fota Wildlife Park has welcomed two new Ring-tailed Lemur babies, the first of this endangered species in 12 years! Faye McKeown Trainee primate ranger at Fota wildlife, who explained the significance of these new arrivals.

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